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SS22 Paris Women's
Events
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Paris Women's Spring Summer 22
Dyptique: “Immobile Journeys – The Grand Tour”
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Exhibitions
September 10 2021 -> October 24 2021
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To mark its 60th birthday, Diptyque celebrates the passion for art and for perfume with the exhibition Immobile Journeys. Immobile Journeys explores the extraordinary polysemy of ‘travel’ in the age of international nomadism and the period following the world’s sudden descent into global immobility through to its apparent reopening. The pausing of the possibility of travel and the reappearance of land borders have failed to dampen the universal desire for discovery, a change of scene and the chance to escape, or our thirst to experience other cultures and realities. In this show, curated by Jérôme Sans, nine contemporary artists present their vision of the journey through their interpretations of diptyque’s iconic destinations. A journey marked by fragrance, from France to Japan, via Italy, Greece and Lebanon.

“Immobile Journeys – The Grand Tour”,
from September 10 to October 24, 2021,
at the Poste du Louvre, Paris.

Video Presentation "Le Grand Tour"

Artists:
Joël Andrianomearisoa
Gregor Hildebrandt
Johan Creten
Ange Leccia
Andreas Angelidakis
Hiroshi Sugimoto
Zoë Paul
Chourouk Hriech
Rabih Kayrouz
52 rue du Louvre
75001 Paris

Tom Greyhound Paris X Eql
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Special events
Monday September 27 2021 7pm-10pm
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Tom Greyhound Paris X Eql unveils an exclusive pop up of 10 emerging brands on the occasion of the virtual store launch.
Tom Greyhound
19 rue de Saintonge
75003 Paris

Cyrille Caron
rsvp@tomgreyhound.fr

HKFG Paris SS22
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Special events
September 28 2021 -> September 29 2021 September 28 (11am-5pm) and 29 (9am-5pm)
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HKFG, formerly known as Fashion Guerilla, is an international program organized by Fashion Farm Foundation (FFF). With the mission of bridging talents to the international fashion scene twice a year and promoting Hong Kong fashion design, Hong Kong fashion brands are selected to present their collection and meet global buyers and media. The first program was unveiled in Paris in 2013 and has been staged in New York, Singapore, Tokyo and Shanghai fashion week in the previous years.

Brand presented:
PabePabe
PONDER.ER
VANN
Hôtel National des Arts et Métiers
243 rue Saint Martin
75003 Paris

PR Contact: Carlos Freixeda
P : +33 (0)1 58 80 82 27
carlos@obcm.net

'AZABACHE' Arturo Obegero x Pigmentarium launch
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Special events
Wed. September 29 2021 7pm-10pm
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Fashion designer Arturo Obegero is launching his first fragrance in collaboration with Czech perfume house Pigmentarium.
1 rue Dupetit-Thouars
75003 Paris

Press Contact: alexis@totemfashion.com

Musée des Arts Décoratifs: Thierry Mugler, Couturissime
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Exhibitions
September 30 2021 -> April 24 2022
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From September 30, 2021 until April 24, 2022

The exhibition, initiated, produced and circulated by the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts (MMFA) in 2019, will retrace the work of Thierry Mugler, a singular artist who has revolutionized the worlds of fashion, haute couture, perfume, and his multiple collaborations in the fields of entertainment, music and cinema throughout his distinguished career.

Curated by Thierry-Maxime Loriot, a collective scenography with the MMFA will include digital performances by entertainment and audiovisual professionals.

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Musée des Arts Décoratifs
107 rue de Rivoli
75001 Paris
P : +33 (0)1 44 55 57 50

Palais Galliera: Vogue Paris 1920-2020
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Exhibitions
October 02 2021 -> January 30 2022
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Founded by Condé Nast in 1920, Vogue Paris is the oldest French fashion magazine still published today, and the only title in the group that bears the name of a city rather than a country.
The exhibition illustrates the magazine’s ability to create, to adapt and to anticipate over the past 100 years. Vogue Paris 1920-2020 traces the history of the magazine through the editors-in-chef whose editorial and artistic choices have made it what it is: from Michel de Brunhoff, via Edmonde Charles-Roux, Francine Crescent and Carine Roitfeld, to Emmanuelle Alt.

For Vogue Paris 1920-2020 around 400 items have been brought together, mainly from the magazine’s archives – photographs, illustrations, magazines, documents and films – as well as more than fifteen haute couture and prêt-à-porter models.
Palais Galliera, musée de la Mode de la Ville de Paris
10, avenue Pierre Ier de Serbie, Paris 16e
Paris

Contacts presse : Anne de Nesle, Caroline Chenu, Margaux Brisson
P : +33 (0)1 56 52 86 08
presse.galliera@paris.fr
www.palaisgalliera.paris.fr

Kriwo «Reflection 2021»
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Special events
Tuesday October 05 2021 6pm-9pm
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«Reflection» is a short film made in Marseille in August 2021, in times of uncertainty but full of emotions.
The fashion film, directed by Kriwo, invites us to refocus on ourselves, questioning our feelings and desires in a poetic universe dedicated to tenderness, tranquility, and kindness through sustainable, avant-garde, and innovative fashion.

Front de Mode - The Sakina M'sa's sustainable concept store
42 rue de Volta
75003 Paris

Cinémathèque française: CinéMode par Jean Paul Gaultier
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Exhibitions
October 06 2021 -> January 12 2022
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The exhibition retraces the history of cinema through its most legendary costumes, in a journey imagined by the cinephile couturier Jean Paul Gaultier
The statuesque outfits of Marilyn Monroe, the little black dress of Audrey Hepburn, the masculine wardrobe of Marlene Dietrich, the bespoke tuxedo of James Bond, the leotard of Superman… these iconic pieces were designed by great couturiers. Jean Paul Gaultier himself strongly contributed to the history of the cinema by collaborating with some of the greatest directors. The costumes of The Bad Education by Pedro Almodovar, Closer to Heaven by Tonie Marshall in which he dresses Catherine Deneuve, The Fifth Element by Luc Besson are to his credit.
The CinéMode exhibition is accompanied by a programme commensurate with the event. Screenings of cult films, The Rocky Horror Picture Show by Jim Sharman and Falbalas by Jacques Becker, among the favourite films of Jean Paul Gaultier.
Cinémathèque française
51, rue de Bercy
75012 Paris

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